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    I joined this forum b/c I want to confirm my MBTI. I'm not sure whether I'm a TeFi or TiFe user, but I'm almost certain that I'm an NeSi user.

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    Hey!

    Understanding socionics will take some relearning concepts from MBTI. This is a pretty good socionics site: Wikisocion

    You also may want to post a type video and/or questionnaire on the forum.

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    We don't do no mbti round here

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    Just like they said this is a Socionics forum but if you just want to know your pure MBTI type, just read the dichotomies here. I know it's popular now to incorporate Jungian functions in MBTI and I'm assuming that's what you want since you mentioned functions (Te, Fi, etc.) so this is basically it:
    Ti - decides based personal logic
    Te - decides based on objective knowledge (i.e., second-hand information)
    Fe - decides based on the collective
    Fi - decides based on personal feelings

    Once you dig deeper, MBTI typing breaks down because it's a faulty system. You can check Jung and Socionics if you want.

    Common stereotypes (it would be easier for you to know your MBTI type by stereotyping yourself):
    xNFP - idealistic, life is full of rainbows, I'm very sensitive
    xNTP - I'm a genius but no one understands, I'm lazy and couldn't attend appointments on time
    xSFJ - Very kind and happy, mom-type, I open the windows and greet the birds good morning
    xSTJ - I like woodworking, I have to-do lists and I follow my plans, I'm very normal
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeliMeat View Post
    Hey!

    Understanding socionics will take some relearning concepts from MBTI. This is a pretty good socionics site: Wikisocion

    You also may want to post a type video and/or questionnaire on the forum.
    The resource you linked seems extensive and helpful. I'll read through it. Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by one View Post
    Just like they said this is a Socionics forum but if you just want to know your pure MBTI type, just read the dichotomies here. I know it's popular now to incorporate Jungian functions in MBTI and I'm assuming that's what you want since you mentioned functions (Te, Fi, etc.) so this is basically it:
    Ti - decides based personal logic
    Te - decides based on objective knowledge (i.e., second-hand information)
    Fe - decides based on the collective
    Fi - decides based on personal feelings

    Once you dig deeper, MBTI typing breaks down because it's a faulty system. You can check Jung and Socionics if you want.

    Common stereotypes (it would be easier for you to know your MBTI type by stereotyping yourself):
    xNFP - idealistic, life is full of rainbows, I'm very sensitive
    xNTP - I'm a genius but no one understands, I'm lazy and couldn't attend appointments on time
    xSFJ - Very kind and happy, mom-type, I open the windows and greet the birds good morning
    xSTJ - I like woodworking, I have to-do lists and I follow my plans, I'm very normal
    Right, I came here wanting to know about the MBTI, but studying socionics seems interesting as well. Thanks for explaining the functions and explaining how stereotypes can be helpful. I'll look into socionics now too.

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